This week on "Sunday Morning" (Nov. 5)


Flight attendants representing global airlines pose with the Boeing 747 jumbo jet as it is rolled into service in 1969.


Last Updated Nov 5, 2017 10:45 AM EST

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Rolling Stone editor & publisher Jann Wenner, with correspondent Anthony Mason, and the first issue of Rolling Stone, dated November 9, 1967. CBS News

COVER STORY: Jann Wenner on Rolling Stone at 50 | Watch Video
As Rolling Stone Magazine turns 50, Anthony Mason talks with founding father Jann Wenner.

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"The Father of Streamlining" | Watch Video
Industrial designer Raymond Loewy transformed locomotives, automobiles and household appliances into objects of unparalleled beauty. Jane Pauley reports.

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Paul Newman's 1968 Daytona Rolex, a stainless steel chronograph wristwatch with off-white dial and tachymeter bezel, which sold at auction last month for a record $17.7 million. Phillips

KEEPSAKES: Paul Newman's record-breaking watch | Watch Video
Serena Altschul has the tale of a wristwatch once owned by Paul Newman and recently auctioned for a record amount.

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A return trip aboard "Murder on the Orient Express" | Watch Video
Agatha Christie's classic tale of murder is getting a new star-filled adaptation by Kenneth Branagh. Seth Doane talks with the director about Christie's legacy and about the challenges of bringing her beloved mystery story to the screen; and joins Christie's great-grandson James Pritchard for a not-as-fatal train ride aboard some vintage 1920s railway carriages.

To watch a trailer for Kenneth Branagh's "Murder on the Orient Express" click on the video player below.

Murder on the Orient Express | Official Trailer 2 [HD] | 20th Century FOX by 20th Century Fox on YouTube

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AVIATION: The 747 flies into the sunset | Watch Video
Kris Van Cleave looks back at the 747 as it takes its final flights in commercial passenger service for United Airlines, once one of Boeing's largest customers for the jumbo jet.

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 A veteran's car, and a son's keepsake (Video)
In 2003 Army 1st Lt. Jonathan Rozier died in Iraq. His son, Justin, was nine months old. Today, 15-year-old Justin cherishes anything that used to belong to his dad, which is why he thought it would be so cool to have a car he owned, like the '99 Toyota Celica convertible his mom had to sell after Jonathan's death. Steve Hartman reports the heartwarming story about where the search for Justin's dad's car ended up.

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Art Garfunkel: Life is a surprise | Watch Video
A grade-school friendship between two Queens, N.Y., teenagers would lead to one of the most popular duos in American musical history, and one of the most complicated. Singer Art Garfunkel talks with Rita Braver about stepping out of the shadow of Paul Simon, and his new memoir, "What Is It All but Luminous."

WEB EXTRA: Read an excerpt from "What It Is All but Luminous"

WEB EXTRA VIDEO: Art Garfunkel on his teaming with Paul Simon
Singer Art Garfunkel reads a passage from his new memoir, "What Is It All but Luminous," in which he frames his historic partnership with singer-songwriter Paul Simon.

WEB EXTRA VIDEO: Art Garfunkel on his voice
Art Garfunkel talks with correspondent Rita Braver about how he lost his Queens accent, and about the high standards to which he sets himself when performing.

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POSTCARD FROM JAPAN: Flower artist Makoto Azuma's stunning arrangements | Watch Video
The Tokyo studio of Makoto Azuma looks more like a laboratory. Azuma's focus is unbroken as his fingers perfect each petal until his creation is complete. And he's always looking for interesting locations to plant his work, captured with stunning photography in deserts, oceans and even outer space. Ben Tracy talks with the florist who destroys any preconceived notions of what that word even means.

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Author and essayist Ta-Nehisi Coates with correspondent Martha Teichner. CBS News

BOOKS: The essential Ta-Nehisi Coates | Watch Video
Ta-Nahesi Coates, a mild-mannered, even shy writer for The Atlantic, has become a celebrity intellectual as his books about race have become bestsellers. The recipient of a National Book Award and a so-called MacArthur "Genius Grant," Coates talks to correspondent Martha Teichner about his latest book, "We Were Eight Years in Power: An American Tragedy"; about white supremacism; and about writing of today's conflicted America without offering the comfort of happy endings.

PREVIEW: Ta-Nehisi Coates wants readers to be "haunted" by his work

WEB EXTRA VIDEO: Ta-Nehisi Coates on Barack Obama
Author Ta-Nehisi Coates ("Between the World and Me") talks of being summoned to the White House to meet with President Barack Obama, and of his mixed feelings over the first African-American president of a nation still suffering the pains of racism.

WEB EXTRA VIDEO: Ta-Nehisi Coates on the writing process
Author Ta-Nehisi Coates ("We Were Eight Years in Power: An American Tragedy") talks with correspondent Martha Teichner about his calling, how the music of Marvin Gaye influences the language of his writing, and how he chooses the words to characterize President Donald Trump's rise to power.

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Week of November 6 | Watch Video
"Sunday Morning" takes a look at some notable events of the week ahead. Jane Pauley reports.

Pelicans (Extended Video)
We leave you this Sunday Morning in the company of American white pelicans in Marin County, California, north of San Francisco. Videographer: Lee McEachern.


Pallid bat. Verne Lehmberg

NATURE UP CLOSE: Bats, misunderstood but valuable
In general, the cuter their face, the worse their echolocation abilities.

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